Natural Park and Adventure
The strangest piece of architecture in Brussels is a series of steel spheres that can be seen from across the city. The site houses a restaurant and museum.
Hundreds of replicas of Europe’s most famous attractions can be found at this amusement park located beneath the Atomium.
The former food market is still a popular spot for fine Belgian cuisine and is a protected World Heritage site.
This small statue of a urinating child has brought joy to Belgians for centuries and is now a national icon.
Spend an hour or two people watching beneath 16th-century buildings in Antwerp’s cultural heart.
The tallest church in Belgium is a stunning example of Gothic architecture and houses a number of European masterpieces.
Feel like a rock star as you jump to the front of the line for an upbeat, modern experience at the Hard Rock Cafe in Antwerp. Opened in 2017, this hot spot houses rare pieces of authentic music memorabilia—like Van Halen's black-and-yellow Charvel guitar and Prince’s white gloves worn during his Purple Rain tour in 1985.
Antwerp, Belgium’s second largest city, boasts one of the largest harbours in the world. The railway station is one of the most stunning buildings in Europe. Our Lady Cathedral is the largest gothic church in the Low Countries and it countless invaluable paintings by world class artists of the 17th century.
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Belgium is known around the world for it’s chocolate, and it’s beer, and it’s waffles, and even though it isn’t really known for it’s fries, it really should be. This small country really has some fantastic food to offer.
The second city of Belgium and home to the biggest port in the country, Antwerp is perhaps the world’s beer culture capital. It’s certainly the diamond capital of the world, among other claims to fame! The diamond industry plays an important role in the economy of the city, as it has done throughout its history.
Get picked up at your hotel by a professional guide that will drive you around and discover Antwerpen, the European capital of culture and the global center for diamonds before you will visit Bruges, where the historic center was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.